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The Revolt of the Cockroach People [Format Kindle]

Oscar Zeta Acosta , Hunter S. Thompson

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"Acosta has entered counterculture folklore:"

-- Saturday Review of Literature

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The further adventures of "Dr. Gonzo" as he defends the "cucarachas" -- the Chicanos of East Los Angeles.

Before his mysterious disappearance and probable death in 1971, Oscar Zeta Acosta was famous as a Robin Hood Chicano lawyer and notorious as the real-life model for Hunter S. Thompson's "Dr. Gonzo" a fat, pugnacious attorney with a gargantuan appetite for food, drugs, and life on the edge.

In this exhilarating sequel to The Autobiography of a Brown Buffalo, Acosta takes us behind the front lines of the militant Chicano movement of the late sixties and early seventies, a movement he served both in the courtroom and on the barricades. Here are the brazen games of "chicken" Acosta played against the Anglo legal establishment; battles fought with bombs as well as writs; and a reluctant hero who faces danger not only from the police but from the vatos locos he champions. What emerges is at once an important political document of a genuine popular uprising and a revealing, hilarious, and moving personal saga.

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4.0 étoiles sur 5 An awareness that should be taught to todays young Chicanos 12 avril 1999
Par rudedog33@aol.com - Publié sur Amazon.com
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After reading this book, and actually living through those turbulent times of the 60's and 70' s , it was refreshing to read and feel the burning frustration and love that this man was experiencing and the way he expressed his anger against the machine. This type of awareness has been lost , due to us the forefathers of the Chicano Movement, to teach our own and other's children of how important those actions were, so that we may emphasize education, political power and family values. We have implemented a course in Chicano Studies in schools, we now have political representation in our governments, and many more success stories that are due to the work of such people as Cesar Chavez, Ruben Salazar and Corky Gonzales. Oscar Zeta was a man amongst his own that was afraid of nothing and no one.My thanks to him for fighting the powers that be and for creating an example for all of us, regardless of race. You have to stand up for what you believe and Acosta is atrue testament to that.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 First Impressions 4 décembre 2001
Par Samuel Cortez - Publié sur Amazon.com
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This is the most realistic book I have ever seen about Mexican American hippies in Aztlan, the Chicanos of the 1960's neo-freedom movements. It will surely become a collector's item worth saving in this era of gung-ho Americanism which does not know the kind of objectivity Acosta displays with regard to how we think and why we believe as we do. Hunter S. Thompson described the author better than I can in his introduction to the book, highlighting his uniqueness while lamenting his untimely passing. I will write more after I give the book a more thorough second reading.
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 Sex, Drugs, and Politics 16 juin 1999
Par Lukas Jackson - Publié sur Amazon.com
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I read this book after finding out that Oscar Zeta Acosta was the fat Samoan lawyer from "Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas." Acosta's style is similar, with a lot of drugs and sex with minors. The differences are that Acosta isn't tripping the whole time and he has time to incite political rallies. I love when they protest the Catholic church, or when he pleasures himself with some nubile young high schoolers under a blanket during a sit-in.... For those interested in the turbulent times that was the 60s, this is a must-read.
4.0 étoiles sur 5 Awesome book by HSTs buddy 22 mai 2014
Par Abraham - Publié sur Amazon.com
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Great book on an almost forgotten movement. A very different perspective on it than in Hunter Thompson's The Great Shark Hunt.
4.0 étoiles sur 5 Very interesting book! 17 août 2013
Par Alejandro B. Romero - Publié sur Amazon.com
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This book was very entertaining, and an interesting look into the militant Chicano movement in L.A. I do think that a reader should know something about the broader Chicano movement in order to appreciate the book's value. I highly recommend the read, but do be aware that the book does not represent the entire Chicano movement (during that time period or now). For example, there are many parts of the book that could be critiqued from a feminist perspective.
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